State Radio Live at 9:30 Club on 2006-11-15
02: Fall of the American Empire
03: Black Cab Motorcade ->
04: The Waitress
05: Man in The Hall
07: Calvado's Chopper
10: Good Graces
01: Fight No More Forever
02: Democracy in Kind
04: Time Served
05: Right Me Up
06: The Diner Song
07: First One Shot ->
08: Just Like Larry ->
09: Bullet in Your Head #
Encore 2 *
10: Mr. Larkin
Collection StateRadioBand/Artist State RadioVenue 9:30 ClubLocation Washington, DCSource MBHO-KA100DKs(Omni's spaced 10' on stands)->MBHO-603As->SD MP2->Edirol R4+SBD->Edirol R4 (24 Bit @ 96 kHz)Lineage Edirol R4->USB->PCTaped by Timothy BrownTransferred by Wells Riley
# Rage Against The Machine cover
* After the first encore the house lights and house music came on. The crowd kept chanting and the band came back out, this was a suprise to the venue staff and crew. The crowd chanting was not recorded as I had stopped recording and begun to unplug the gear. I was able to plug everything back in time for the second encore.
Thanks to Owen (SR Crew), Jacko (SR Crew) and Gus (930 crew) for getting me in and set up in the booth.
Thanks to Peter King for the use of the MBHO gear and the R4.
A 24bit/96kHz version exists in Flac24 format.
Prefix changed from 'stateradio' to 'sr' to conform to Archive.org standards on 11/28/06.
April 8, 2008
This is the first State Radio show that I have downloaded and it is excellent. A friend of mine recommended them to me and I must say that I will be getting more of their shows. Would love to see them come back to the DC area so that I coud enjoy a live show. Excellent sound quality. Great job taping.
first 1 shot
August 31, 2007
incredible quality and great setlist
if you love state radio or are just getting into them, download this show!
Once & Future King
April 23, 2007
If there is one concert (with Maddog on drums) thaat everyone should listen to to get to quickly know SR's style, it's this one.
If you don't want the whole concert, just download these 3 must-listen ones: "Fight No More Forever" (this is THE BEST version of it on archive, Chad actually sings in it, he doesn't do that mumble-singing that most versions have), "Fall of the American Empire", and "Arsenal" (both are full band).